Review: Sony VAIO TZ90 (NotebookReview.com)

Sony VAIO TZ90Outrigger at NotebookReview.com has put together an extensive review of the Sony VAIO TZ90. It’s not available in the USA, yet.

The VAIO TZ90 is Sony’s replacement for their TX series, as well as celebrating the 10th anniversary of Sony’s 505, one of the first truly ultraportable laptops. The TZ90 weighs in at around 2.26 – 2.90 pounds (depending on options and battery) and is powered by an Intel Core 2 Duo CPU (U7500, U7600) or a Celeron 443.

It has an 11-inch widescreen LED-backlit LCD display, has an “AV Mode” allowing you to play music or movies without booting up the machine, comes in four colors (Premium Carbon Fiber, Black, Bordeaux, or Champagne Gold).

One of the most unique features about the TZ90 is the ability to have two hard drives installed if you replace the internal optical drive – you can have a 32GB Solid State Drive (SSD) for your Operating System, and a 160GB drive for storage.

The reviewer was very impressed with the LED display and using the SSD for the Operating System.

Full Review at Notebook Review

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